GOEBEL Vintage 12″ Hummel Vinyl Dolls, Set of 2

$39.99

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Bring Back Childhood Memories with this Charming Set of Vintage GOEBEL Hummel Dolls

Own a piece of collectible history with this delightful set of two vintage Goebel Hummel dolls! Crafted from vinyl in the 1950s, these 12-inch dolls embody the timeless charm and artistry that Hummel is known for.

These dolls are perfect for anyone who appreciates classic toys or cherishes Hummel figurines. Their rosy cheeks, detailed features, and innocent expressions will evoke a sense of nostalgia and bring back warm memories of childhood.

Made by the renowned W. Goebel Porcelain Factory in Germany, these Hummel dolls are part of the popular Series 1700 line. While the exact names of the dolls might be unknown, their adorable outfits and playful poses suggest they could be siblings or friends engaged in some imaginative adventure.

This set is a wonderful addition to any existing Hummel collection, but it can also be a delightful starting point for a new one. Display them on a shelf or mantlepiece, or use them to create a whimsical centerpiece for a child's room.

Since these are pre-owned dolls, there might be some minor signs of wear consistent with their age. However, their overall condition is excellent, and they are sure to be treasured possessions for years to come.

By purchasing this set, you're not just acquiring beautiful dolls; you're also supporting Father Joe's Villages' mission to end homelessness in San Diego.

Condition: Pre-owned, excellent

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